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December 14, 2018 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm$9
When we saw this beautiful bracelet created by the same designer as the Faenza Beaded Bead, we were very anxious to stitch another one of her pieces. Like with her beaded beads, this bracelet is made of components that can be assembled in a variety of ways.
The big difference is that we could easily stitch these all together rather than using flexible beading wire to complete the project. You can stitch them in in the square orientation, as the designer did, to create the Tara Bracelet as shown, or you can play with different orientations. See the photos below that show what the components look like attached on the diagonal, with different beads between them, and even as matching earrings. The components are double sided, so they have a nice thickness to them and you could even make them reversible by using two different colors of miniduos!
Date & Time: Friday, December 14, 2:30-4:30
Difficulty Level: Intermediate 1| Technique: Beaded beads| Instructor: Sue
Cost: $9 plus materials or you can use your Laura’s Bead Addicts Membership Card
This class qualifies for our “first time is free” promotion, so if this is your first time joining us in the beading room, be sure to let us know when you check in on class day and we’ll waive the class fee!
Pattern: Designed by Nela Kábelová (www.gianelle.beadforum.cz), compliments of Beadsmith. We will distribute copies of the instructions on the day of class.
The Next Step in Bead Weaving
Are you ready to expand on the techniques you’ve learned in the beginner classes and take your beading to the next level? This is the perfect class for you! Some bead weaving experience is necessary to take this class. Intermediate classes have a maximum of 10 people so that everyone gets plenty of teacher time.
We ask that you always use supplies from Laura’s Beads when in our beading room. Thank you!
New to bead weaving?
Attend one of our beginner bead-weaving classes and learn everything you need to know about bead weaving. Classes are small, so you’ll have plenty of teacher time. You’ll familiarize yourself with the terminology of bead weaving so you’ll start to understand how to read patterns and practice various stitches and techniques.